How To Restore iPhone: There might be many reasons why your iPhone is running slow? Mainly due to network settings or else some other things that are wrong with your device. Just by restoring from a backup you can fix the problem of your iPhone. When you have a new iPhone and don’t want to spend much time on getting your previous model, the only thing you have to do is simply tap on backup to restore which is good to go. However, backups are the essential part of modern digital life. Let me explain to you how to restore an iPhone from a backup in this blog.
How To Restore iPhone:
Sometimes may your iPhone or iPad are not to be perfect. This happens because of few problems like Wi-Fi or LTE connection are not working, doesn’t track your device location, which makes us annoyed. Simply by backup, you can have your iPhone back to the track. There are two methods for creating backups of your iPhone are iCloud and iTunes. You can restore an iPhone from iCloud or iTunes backup to move all the data to a new device or if any technical problems occur.
One of the important things is to make sure your iPhone has a regular backup schedule. This can be enabled through iCloud with a backup for every 24 hours. When you connect to iTunes you can see the backup on your computer. Have a look at the below for restoring your iPhone using iCloud or iTunes.
How To Reset Your iPhone:
Before restoring your iPhone or iPad from a backup you must erase and reset all the data and settings. So be sure that you have synced important data to iCloud and is up to date. If not you will lose all the content that was not synced either in iCloud or any other cloud-based service. What happens when you reset your device I will be mentioned here.
- Find my iPhone will be disabled automatically and gets enabled when you restore.
- Erase all the data from your iPhone once if you have backed up everything important.
Restore From an iCloud Backup:
If you have created a backup then restoring is quite simple. When you restore a backup it deletes all the existing data on your iPhone. So make sure that your backup data is up to date as possible. Follow these steps to restore your iPhone data from their recent backup.
- Turn on your iPhone or iPad.
- You will see a “Hello” screen and press the “Home” button.
- Select a “Language”.
- Click to select the “Country or Region”.
- Choose a “Wi-Fi network” of your’s and sign in to it.
- Enable or disable “Location services”.
- Now set up “Touch ID”.
- Follow the onscreen steps until you reach “Apps and Data” screen.
- Tap on “Restore from iCloud Backup”.
- Requires to sign in with your Apple ID and password.
- Click to agree to the “Terms and Conditions”.
- Choose a backup you want to use.
- It starts to transfer all the data when you choose.
- If a pop-up says that the newer version of iOS is required then follow the required steps to update.
- It takes some time to restore your backup from iCloud.
- Stay connected and wait for the progress bar to complete.
Restore From an iTunes Backup:
iTunes was not the essential part of iPhone experience but still offers a great chance to create or restore a local backup. Follow these steps to restore iTunes from a backup.
- Connect your iPhone or iPad to Mac or PC.
- Open iTunes on your computer.
- Connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable.
- Click on the device icon in the upper left corner of iTunes menu.
- From the menu click on “Summary” on the left side.
- Make sure that you have enabled for auto backup to “This computer”.
- Click on “Restore backup”.
- When you can see the options choose your device and click “Restore”.
- Wait for some time to finish the restore.
- Enter the “Password” for unlocking your iPhone backup if it is required.
- After restarting your iPhone wait for it to sync with your computer.
- Once the completion of sync, you can disconnect the device.
The information that I have mentioned here might be helpful to restore iPhone by using iCloud and iTunes. If you have any doubts regarding this issues can comment us below. We will come across your issue and finds the better solution.